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Supplementing with Caffeine on Keto

  Published on March 17th, 2021
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  Last modified April 19th, 2021

What is Caffeine? Caffeine is an alkaloid that is found in the leaves, seeds, and nuts of many plants. Caffeine functions as an adenosine receptor antagonist. This means that caffeine binds to adenosine receptors and prevents adenosine from being able to bind itself. When adenosine binds to its receptor, it causes the downregulation of central nervous system (CNS) activity and thus stimulates parasympathetic functioning. This is what causes your body to feel tired or sleepy. When caffeine binds to this receptor, adenosine can no longer bind and thus CNS activity is not lessened, which causes you to feel more awake. What are the Benefits of Caffeine? Whether you are on the keto diet or not, consuming caffeine has numerous benefits, including the Increase wakefulness and alertness Increase thermogenesis Increase fat oxidation Reduce inflammation Increase free fatty acids during rest Improve exercise performance Is Caffeine Keto-Friendly? Yes, caffeine is keto-friendly. In fact, some research actually suggests that caffeine could increase ketone How Can I Supplement with Caffeine? The easiest way to supplement with caffeine on keto…

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